- Generate a knowledge base of the processes and issues associated with aging including the needs and functional capabilities of the older adult.
- Use knowledge concepts to solve aging issues recognizing that interdisciplinary care is essential for quality care.
- Compare and connect aging for the individual, caregiver, family, and friends recognizing ethical/legal issues and the importance of culture.
- Compose a personal perspective on aging
- Create a perspective on the aging of God’s children that recognizes the potential and the possible and acknowledges that the aging process includes spiritual, physical and psychosocial perspectives
Learning How to Learn
- Reflect on how personal development is connected to professional development as a life-long learner.